Rebecca Driver won the 55 hurdles and placed second in the high jump to lead John Carroll to third place among 14 teams at the first IAAM meet of the indoor season at CCB Essex Saturday. She ran 10.36 seconds in the hurdles and cleared 4-feet-4 in the high jump.
Kristen Kohles contributed a second-place finish in the 1600, running 5:35.12. Amanda Spaeth placed sixth in 5:47.83. Hannah Jacques took fourth in the shot put at 26-7 and Nicky Clauter was fifth in the 55 hurdles in 10.86.
In other races
Jeff Burger and Debbie Felts were winners in the annual RASAC Charity 5K in Bel Air Sunday. Burger ran 18:08 to finish 9 seconds ahead of runner-up Charles Powell II. Kevin Hennessey ran 19:30 in third and Duane Christy, 20:29 in fourth. Felts led the women in 23:20, finishing 4 minutes ahead of runner-up Allison Woodring.
Thomas Flynn of Havre de Grace was the runner-up in the over-60 category of the Jingle Bell Run 5K in Ellicott City Saturday. He clocked 27:04 to place 80th among 368 men; 1,200 runners competed.
Christine Trzcinski led the women and Charles Powell II, the men in the RASAC Cedar Lane Stroll Nov. 12. Trzcinski finished the 5-mile course in 36:59. Powell won the men's race in 31:14.
Rhonda Utz of Forest Hill ran 1:57:38 in the Atlantic City Half Marathon Oct. 21. Tanya Peel of Pylesville was also among the finishers, running 2:00:29.
David Stevenson and Jennifer Perkovich led the way in the RASAC Winters Run 5 Miler Nov. 25 in Bel Air. Stevenson led the men in 32:59, finishing 26 seconds ahead of Rob Bartholomew. Perkovich ran 40:41 for first among the women. Chi-Chin Wu was second in 42:14.
Track, field coaches sought
Two Harford schools are seeking coaches for the 2013 high school track and field season. Harford Tech needs a coach for the throwing events; Darrell Diamond, 410-688-2396, is the point of contact. North Harford needs assistant coaches for the throws, jumps, and hurdles; contact email@example.com.